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Levitation Dreams

Posted March 15th, 2012 by Kathie

5/27/13 Update: I’m writing a book about levitation dreams, and need your help.  I’d love to hear about your personal levitation dream/s and/or what you’re interested in knowing about levitation dreams.  You can either post your dream or question/interest, below, or send it to me via e-mail, at Kathie@katatnight.com.  Please put “levitation dream” in the subject line.  Thank you! 

Have you ever levitated in a dream?  Was it a positive or a negative experience?  Were you in control or not in control of the process?  What was going on in your life, at the time that you levitated in the dream?

A friend recently told me about a dream she had, in which she levitated while at a party.  It happened spontaneously, but then she began to control the process with her hands and taught it to other party goers.

She believes that the dream is related to being in a “low place” in her life.  As a result of the dream, however, she says that feels “uplifted,” “elevated” and “happy” whenever she thinks about it.  She also feels empowered by the dream, knowing that she was able to control the process, teach others how to do it and make the connections between her dream and her daily life.

I’ve also levitated, in a couple of dreams, and the dreams occurred at low times, or at times that I felt stuck and powerless, in my life.  Yet, I did not feel in control of the levitation process, and I associated the dreams with fear.  In fact, in the second dream I actually felt possessed by an entity.  I did pray in the dream, however, which was my way of empowering myself and rising above the situation.

Interestingly, other levitation dreams show similar patterns, including teaching others how to levitate and using prayer to help oneself.  Levitation dreams appear to fall into two categories.  Either dreamers are in control of the levitation process and have positive/joyful experiences, or the dreamers are not in control of the levitation process and have negative/fearful experiences.

Even though levitation dreams appear to fall into two opposing categories, they are actually two sides of the same coin.  The word levitate comes from the Latin word levitas, which means “lightness.”  According to Dictionary.com, to levitate means to “rise or float in the air, especially as a result of a supernatural power that overcomes gravity.”  All levitation dreams help us to overcome gravity or limitations in our lives.  As the founding member and past president of the Association for the Study of Dreams Jeremy Taylor would say, “All dreams come in the service of health and wholeness.”

Although we may each have different ways of experiencing life, we each have the power to rise above challenging circumstances.  Our dreams show us that this is possible.  Even science has demonstrated that it is possible to levitate physical objects, including small animals, and the levitation of stones is a proposed theory for the building of Stonehenge, in the United Kingdom, and the pyramids of Egypt.  “Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us.”  ~Wilma Rudolph, the first American woman runner to win three gold medals in a single Olympics.

To share your levitation dream, offer your own interpretation of levitation dreams or simply make a comment, please click on the comments link, below, which is located at the end of the list of tags.  Please note that comments will not be posted, immediately.

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Ive been having this element of being able to levitate at will(but not without efforts of good focus) in my dreams for 20 years now. The feeling of it is great and only a few times it was fearful (the first few times it happened when i was a kid).If only we could do that for real… haha!

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Jo (Sep 01, 2012)

Involuntary levitation has been a recurring theme in my dreams for over three years. It is always a frightening experience; within the dreams, I attempt to cling onto things to prevent myself from rising up, but always fail. Sometimes the dreams become violent, particularly if they are indoors, as I am usually within a confined space and consequently whack into walls. If the dreams occur outdoors, it is usually cold and I feel even more out of control. Most recently, I levitated inside a bathroom.

Kathie (Sep 01, 2012)

Interesting, Jo. I’ve only had a couple of levitation dreams. One arose (no pun intended) out of being frightened, and in the other one I felt possessed, so it was frightening in and of itself. In the first one, I levitated in a bedroom. In the second one, I was in a creepy basement! It is interesting how it feels cold outside, when you levitate outdoors. What is your interpretation of your dreams? Have you noticeed if similiar (stressful?) things are happening in your life, at the time of the dreams?

Jo (Sep 02, 2012)

Thanks for your response. ‘Possessed’ seems like a good description now that I think about it – particularly with respect to a quite memorable dream I had a couple of years back. I was outdoors, in the courtyard of my school, and I recall being swept around by heavy winds. I felt kind of witch-like & sinister, but didn’t derive any pleasure from it. I tend to be stressed about one thing or another in general through my own fault (I’m really disorganised), so that’s probably it. What prompted me to Google the subject was a slight variation in the pattern: this time, after I levitated, I seemed to consult with people I know at some sort of a gathering, but I don’t think they understood. None of my family or close friends were present; only people I see occasionally. In those two dreams you had, was anyone present during or after?

Kathie (Sep 02, 2012)

Hi Jo,
The variation in your latest dream is very interesting. Sounds like your levitation dreams are evolving. I also think the wind factor is really interesting, because in my second dream, the one where I felt possessed, I experienced an intense wind actually entering me. I can’t remember if I experienced the wind throughout my entire body, but I did, for sure, experience a wind entering my head through one of my ears. In my first levitation dream, a girl I went to high school was in the bedroom with me. We were friends in high school, but not really close with each other. We didn’t talk in the dream, and I don’t know why she was there. In the 2nd, possession dream, my co-worker was in the basement with me. The day before I had the dream, I think it was, I got really angry with her. I allowed her to “get to me,” and, therefore, I think I opened up, energetically. Plus, I was really sick, at the time, so I think I was vulnerable, at the time. Interestingly, in Chinese medicine, wind is considered one of the six evils that causes illness. Anyway, my co-worker didn’t say anything in my dream, and she did not try to help me. What, if anything do you do in your dreams to help or protect yourself? How do you stop levitating?

Kathie (Sep 02, 2012)

Oh, also, by the time I stopped flying around the basement, in my 2nd levitation/possession dream, my co-worker was gone. Nobody was present.

Kathy (Nov 16, 2012)

I had a dream last night that I could levitate. This was the first time I’ve had this dream. In the dream, I discovered that I could levitate only a few feet off the ground in a “sitting” position. In my dream I tried to refine the technique to levitating in the “flying” position, but I could not perfect the technique, and remained in the sitting, or lounging position. In the dream I was also able to successfully increase the length of levitation time, from a few seconds to several minutes. I was in a building with corridors, and I was able to levitate throughout the building with ease. I was excited in my dream and was not scared, but amazed.

I did however have one of the worst days at work, yesterday. The director of my department was pressuring me to take on a new project, even after I informed her that I did not have time to take on any new projects. For the first in since I’ve started working for her, I pushed the project back again, and justified my reasons. She came back stating that she was disappointed in me, and that I will take on the new project, and that I will begin working on it immediately. I felt pushed, and out of control, and I felt that I could easily fly off the handle if pushed any further, by her. Before going to bed last night, I prayed asking for the strength to get through this, and with good judgment.

I have a feeling that my experience yesterday, produced the dream I had last night. I’m interested in understanding why I was not scared in my dream, but amused. In my dream I discovered a new level of control over my body and self, something did not feel at work yesterday. I welcome any comments or insight, as this is the most curious dream I’ve had.

Kathie (Nov 16, 2012)

Wow, Kathy! What and an amazing and powerful dream experience! Thank you for sharing it!

So, were you lucid in the dream; were you aware that you were dreaming? And by “sitting” do you mean “Indian” style, like how a person would sit when meditating?

I’ve noticed a pattern with levitation dreams — it seems like they come at times when one is feeling out-of-control in daily life. I’m not sure why one person experiences levitation dreams, while another person experience them as negative experiences. Perhaps it has to do with how much one feels empowered in life, how much one needs to be in control of life, and how one handles stress.

I agree with you. If this were my dream, it would be connected to the experience at work, too. If this were my dream, I would feel like my Higher Self (I really didn’t intend that to be a pun, but it is a very appropriate one!) is showing me that I have more power than I realize in the work situation, and that maybe my dream as well as the experience at work are learning experiences. I’m learning how to be more in my power, by saying “no” and setting boundaries at work and by rising above the situation through prayer and in my dream. If this were my experience and dream, I would feel very limited and confined at work, but unlimited in my dream, like the possibilities are endless. Through the dream, I “discovered a new level of control over my body and self, something did not feel at work yesterday.” Lastly, if this were my dream, the building that my dream took place in reminds me of my workplace. In the dream, I was able to levitate with ease through corridors in a building in my dream.

Perhaps you could bring the experience of your dream into your workplace, somehow, so that you feel empowered at work, whether it’s just by recalling the dream in difficult situations or through somekind of “ritual,” like bringing something that reminds you of the dream into work, so that you have something tangible at work to remind you of the dream. How did your control the levitation in your dream? How did you refine your technique?

Amanda (Nov 19, 2012)

I levitated in my dream this morning and wanted some feedback and insight. In my dream, I was sitting on a blanket outside on a sunny day amongst many other insignificant people also sitting on their own blankets. I began to lift to my surprise and although others noticed it did not seem surprising to them and I felt happy. I saw a girl to my left who also lifted and she seemed free spirited. I held out my hand to take here and she smiled took my hand and brought me down lower to where she was. I then felt saddened that I was brought down lower but then felt satisfied and we both came back down to the ground.

Kathie (Nov 19, 2012)

Hi Amanda,

Thank you for sharing your dream! Levitating on a blanket makes me think of a magic carpet ride! :) I also think it’s really interesting that you describe the girl to your left as a “free spirit.” Dictionary.com describes a “free spirit” as “a person with a highly individual or unique attitude, lifestyle, or imagination; nonconformist” and “someone acting freely or even irresponsibly.” Thus, if this were my dream, I would wonder if I’m lowering myself to somebody else’s irresponsible level, or if somebody is teaching me how to be free yet grounded — in my body, connected to the earth — at the same time. If this were my dream, I would also wonder if I’m needing to compromise with somebody, because although I felt saddened by lowering myself to the other girl’s level, at first, I felt satisfied and came back down to the ground, in the end. It’s as if a resolution to a daily life issue has occured in the dream. Lastly, a yoga class (because of the blankets) or some other class (because there is a group of people) keeps coming to mind. Yoga is a way to be open and have a spiritual connection, yet stay grounded in your body, at the same time.

Valerie (Nov 22, 2012)

Kat, I’m glad I found your site. I have always had very vivid dreams and at times have wished I could just live in my dream world, which I think is because they are so creative and colorful and interesting and I have not been able to find my creative voice in my every day life. I searched for “dream of levitating” because this has become a very recurrent theme in my dreams. At times, the levitation has been joyful, I felt free and after bumping into a few things would learn how to control it. Lately, it has been a scary feeling, out of control. I would start rising and couldn’t stop. In one dream I was going so high I was trying to grab onto buildings to stop it and I couldn’t. I watched as all the people below got smaller and smaller. I finally found a bridge and careened underneath, taking refuge where my head could go no further. It feels good just to tell it; any thoughts you or your readers may have would be welcome.

Kathie (Nov 23, 2012)

Hi Valerie,

Thanks for sharing your experience of levitating in dreams. Why do you think your experience of levitating in dreams has shifted? Has something in your daily life shifted for you? What do you associate with levitating? What do you associate with everyday life? You do not need to answer these questions, if you do not feel comfortable. They’re just some things to reflect on.

I think it’s interesting how you say you haven’t been able to find your “creative voice” in your every day life, at the beginning of your comment, and then at the end of your comment you state how it “feels good just to tell it [your dream].” If you’re able to be creative in your dreams and imagination, then you’re able to be creative in your everyday life. Perhaps expressing your creative night dreams is a way for you to start being creative in your daily life (?).

Do you keep a dream journal? Not only could you write down your dreams, you could also draw or paint images of or symbols from your dreams. It doesn’t have to be for anybody else. It’s just for you, a way for you to be and feel creative in your everyday life, and to honor your dreams. :)


Lisa (Feb 19, 2013)

For years, I had a recurring dream involving levitation. I was standing in a small group of people (no more than 5, I’d say) trying to show them that I could levitate (they didn’t believe me) and how to do it. I remember feeling joyous at my ability to control this movement and spent most of my dream trying to teach the others in the group how to do it. I kept instructin, “Just forget gravity and believe, and will it happen!” No one else could do it before my alarm clock would inevitably wake me up. Also, after awakening, I was still convinced I could do it for several minutes until I was 100% awake with my feet on the floor. Then it bacame glaringly obvious, it was a dream again!

After a lot of self-analysis & internet searching on dreams, I think I finally discovered the dream’s meaning (at least for me): the levitation stood for spiritual awareness.I’d been reading a lot on the matter, including science/physics (esp. the crazy properties of quantum particles), near-death experiences (NDEs), and the Bible, so I believe the instruction part was my desire to show others how to attain peace & calm in their life (such as the feeling of floating) and teach them the real meaning of life (spirit is so much more important than material) that can be attained when you start reading about these subject matters together. They all mesh together! “Seek and ye shall find!” In a nutshell, it’s as if our spirit is longing to be free again; even though I’m basically a very happy person and have no thoughts of exiting this life early.

Kathie (Feb 22, 2013)

Hi Lisa,
I’m sorry it has taken me a bit to approve your post and reply to it. Thank you for your insights around levitating dreams! Yes, I believe everything is connected, and that so much is possible beyond our physical limits if we just believe! Our levitation dreams, and dreams in general, show us what is possible!

Floater (Feb 24, 2013)

Levitation is common in my dreams for about the last four years and will usually trigger a lucid dream because I enjoy it so much and want to prolong that sensation. Before levitation entered my dreams, gliding was common. I might jump off a box 2 feet high but would glide several body lengths (without any equipment that would result in gliding). The higher I am at jumping, the longer the glide. Oddly, after the first few levitation dreams, I no longer have gliding dreams. For the instances that result in lucid dreaming, the first levitation will occur unexpectedly. Then my dream self will employ one of several techniques (arrived at by my dream self – no pre-sleep reinforcement, etc.). One of the techniques involves leaning forward while keeping my body stiff. This requires leaning forward until I reach an impossible angle with my feet flat on the ground (as if standing) and the tip of my nose just a few inches off the ground. Then I need only lift my feet. That only gives me vertical levitation – no horizontal control. The other technique is a mental thrust, focusing energy down through my feet until I lift. This has the most control. Because of the lucid aspect of these, I sometimes get it into my waking head that I can actually levitate then remember that is a dream memory and not a real one! MAJOR POUT!!! But at least I have the dream memories. :D

Kathie (Feb 25, 2013)

Thank you, Floater, for sharing your experience (t’s fascinating) and detailed process (very helpful)! I think you’ve accomplished a lot, so no need to pout! :)

Cece (Apr 15, 2013)

Last night I had a HORRIBLE dream. This is a reoccurring dream where I feel as though my while body is zapped into paralyzation. (Similar to the feeling you get when your leg or hand falls asleep)

My dog ironically sences these onset and will wake up and immediately wake me up. Thank god!

Otherwise I am not able to pull myself out of this dream and wake up unless my dog or me partner touches me. Sometimes waking in a screaming state!

I’m absolutely, utterly terrified of these re-occurring….and they do!!!

It’s so “real” I actually feel my right leg lifting/being pulled and my left arm being pulled by something unknown/unseen… Very disturbing and I don’t understand them.
I’m most fascinated on my dogs key senceability to wake up stir around on the bed and wake me up!!!! Omg!
Someone please email me for support and maybe an explanation….in the subject put “dream” cece2007graduate@gmail.com

Very uneasy!

I’m journaling and praying! Thanks

Kathie (Apr 17, 2013)

Hi Cece,

There is a phenomenon called sleep paralysis that can occur when an individual is between sleeping and waking states. Our muscles naturally become “paralyzed” while we sleep, so that we don’t act out our dreams. The phenomenon is also associated with terrifying visions, and a feeling that something is on one’s chest. You can do an Internet search on “sleep paralysis” to learn more about it.

I’m sure it is a “horrible” experience, but hopefully knowing that it is a physiological phenomenon will help to ease your mind. It is interesting that your dog senses when it is happening, and tries to wake you up. Animals are much more sensitive and in-tune than most human beings. It must be comforting to know that your dog is there for you! :)

Do you know what smudging is? It is a Native American technique used to clear the energy of a place and/or person. A dried herb (including white sage) bundle is lit on fire, and then the smoke is wafted around the place or person to clear the energy. I would suggest doing this in your bedroom. You could also envision surrounding yourself with an invisible bubble of protection and filling it with light, before you go to bed at night. You can purchase smudge sticks or bundles at metaphysical shops. Natural food stores, like co-ops and Whole Foods, usually have them, too.

In general, it’s a good practice to clear your energy, on a daily basis, especially before you go to bed at night, to clear away past energies. It’s like taking a shower to physically clean your body, which is something you can also do before you go to bed to help clear your energy. It should help you to get a better night’s sleep!


jean-paul (May 25, 2013)

I recently had a dream of myself levitating. But there is two sides to this dream. Firstly i was surrounded by friends and they were amazed by this in the dream and I felt free and happy when I was making myself levitate. My friends, in the dream, recorded me levitating. Now this is where the confusion starts for me. When I looked back at the recording that my friends took, it was different to what i experienced. What they recorded was not what I experienced, I seemed to have an entity in me. I was levitating but when ever I landed on the ground there would be a huge shock wave that followed and it frightened the people around me, yet from my point of view everybody was happy and nothing of this nature happened. I was confused in the dream as to how I saw and experienced something different to what others saw. Could somebody please help me understand this dream, because I would really like to know if there is a different meaning to this.

Kathie (May 27, 2013)

Hi Jean-Paul,

Thank you for sharing your dream. I associate the recording that your friends made of you levitating with a memory (the recording represents a memory). So, if this were my dream, maybe my friends remember an event in which I felt happy and free, differently, and/or now I’m looking back on the event and seeing it differently, from their point of view. Maybe my friends wondered what “possessed” me to do something? If this were my dream, I seem to experience highs and lows. Whenever I land on the ground, or come down from my high (?), huge shock waves follow that frighten people around me. If this were my dream, I seem to be becoming more aware or conscious of my behavior, and how it affects other people around me (?).


T.J. (Jul 13, 2013)

Nearly every dream I have I have the ability to levitate. It is as easy to me in the dream as balancing on one leg waking. I really don’t ever fly akin to Superman or in the sky but I always seem to have dreams where I am showing people my power. The dreamstate always feels real, almost like my subconscious is telling me I really have this ability. Just last night I had a dream where I was at a house party and showing everyone what I can do. I usually can hover near a ceiling and travel throughout the building without touching the ground. My levitation rarely is a negative thing and it happens quite often. I’m always the only person with this ability and concentration has to remain or I will fall.

Kathie (Jul 15, 2013)

Wow, that’s really interesting, and amazing that you levitate in almost all of your dreams!

bohemianbrian (Jul 26, 2013)

The other night I levitated, rising from my feet 20′-30′ in a museum (I like Smithsonian in DC) …flapped my arms a bit to stay aloft, then gently came down with woman staring at me in awe. There were many “museum” goers. Wanted to do it again, but I woke up. Mostly because I was happy with what I had done. I have done it many times before always enjoying the experience. It had been a long time since my last “levitating” experience. I really don’t think it means I’m not grounded as expressed on some sites. I’m somewhat spiritual, combining Christian, Buddhist & Muslim teaching….Mohamed flew to Mecca. Just enjoy it!!

Kathie (Jul 29, 2013)

Very cool, Brian! Thanks for sharing you dream! I don’t think levitation dreams necessarily mean that your ungrounded, either. :)